Radiation Spike At Fukushima Daiichi Discharge Canal

A significant spike in contaminated water levels at Fukushima Daiichi in the unit 1 discharge canal was reported today. Readings between Feb 14th and Feb 18th saw a considerable jump beyond normal fluctuations for these two locations. The only new work began between the 14th and 18th is the concreting of the unit 4 seawater piping trench. It is not clear if this had any influence on the readings or if so, why it would.

Feb 18th
Near Unit 1                               Near outlet
C-134   3,800                            C-134  580
C-137   13,000                          C-137  2,000
Beta    20,000                           Beta  8,200

Feb 14th

Near Unit 1                               Near outlet
C-134  3,200                             C-134  480
C-137  11,000                           C-137  1,700
Beta   14,000                            Beta   3,500

Feb 11th

Near Unit 1                               Near outlet
C-134   3,300                            C-134  540
C-137  11,000                           C-137  1,800
Beta    14,000                           Beta   3,700

Feb 7th

Near Unit 1                               Near outlet
C-134   3,300                            C-134  490
C-137   11,000                          C-137  1,700
Beta     15,000                          Beta    3,600

Feb 4th

Near Unit 1                               Near outlet
C-134  3,300                             C-134  520
C-137 11,000                            C-137 1,700
Beta    15,000                           Beta  3.400

January 31

Near Unit 1                               Near outlet
C-134   3,100                            C-134  450
C-137  10,000                           C-137  1,700
Beta    14,000                           Beta   3,500

Daily reports including floodway readings: http://www.tepco.co.jp/nu/fukushima-np/handouts/index-j.html



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